The Houston Police Department reported a drastic decrease in the clearance of sexual assault cases this year, and said its records management system is partially to blame. HPD cleared 44 percent of...
Federal recordkeeping risks are growing, creating the need for agencies to manage their full range of content including email, text and instant messages, Web content, videos and various social media channels. I caught up with Dan Thompson, public sector compliance spokesman for c loud-based archiving solutions firm Smarsh, to find out what companies need to be thinking about now and for the future.
Xerox continues its mission to help workers improve their efficiency and avoid duplication of efforts with updates to two of its personal productivity solutions, Digital Alternatives and DocuShare.
E-signature vendor HelloSign rolled out some updates and improvements to its digital signature service today that include white labeling, a data validation tool and the ability to brand signer pages for consistent marketing messaging.
File management firm Acronis rolled out a new update this week for Acronis Access Advanced, the company's flagship file sync and share product.
As the U.S. government force-feeds information governance and document management regulations to its agencies, federal workers aren't at all confident the measures are working.
The Obama administration released the third version of its Open Government National Action Plan recently that turns the screws on federal agencies slacking on records management and email record keeping.
Remember when the VA's multi-million dollar electronic health records system was expected to be the key to interoperability with Pentagon records? While it's helped a bit, the agency expects...
Box CEO Aaron Levie has some strong words for companies that don't apply the same critical thinking to corporate content management as they do other important enterprise technology.
Document management systems of one kind or another are a virtual staple of offices across the planet. As more companies eschew filing cabinets and hand-processed document manipulation, DM systems are finding their way into new and interesting workflow processes.